Billionaire Oracle founder joined 2020 call with Hannity, Graham and Trump lawyers on Bidens win 

Billionaire Oracle founder Larry Ellison joined a November 2020 call with Sean Hannity and Lindsey Graham to strategize how to contest Joe Biden’s win.

Ellison, a Trump-supporting GOP megadonor, dialed in to the call on November 14 2020 to discuss how to frame allegations of electoral fraud he and other supporters believed cost Donald Trump a second term in office.

The involvement of Ellison – who is the 11th richest man in the world with an $85 billion fortune thanks to his successful software firm – was revealed Saturday by a Washington Post story. 

Also on the call were Trump’s former attorney Jay Sekulow, as well as James Bopp Jr. Bobb Jr is an attorney for Texas nonprofit True the Vote, which has pushed claims of voter fraud. 

Journalists were able to obtain some details of the call after True the Vote was sued by Fair Fight, a liberal PAC that has pushed for voting rights, which is linked to Democrat Georgia gubernatorial hopeful Stacey Abrams.  

Oracle founder Larry Ellison, pictured, helped strategize how to contest Joe Biden’s 2020 win in a phone call less than a fortnight after the election, it has been revealed. Ellison is the world’s 11th richest man, with a fortune of $85 billion 

The Post speculated that Ellison may have been brought into the call as a tech expert, as Trump supporters investigated claims of crooked voting machines.

That theory targeted automated voting booths manufactured by Dominion.

Dominion has since launched a multi-billion dollar defamation lawsuit against Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani Sidney Powell.

Dominion is also suing conservative network Newsmax for pushing claims their machines were crooked.

No proof of the allegations made against Dominion has ever been uncovered, and the firm denies all allegations of impropriety. 

Ellison was likely invited into the call by Graham, a South Carolina GOP senator who he has previously donated to.

The billionaire’s invite was likely also extended to have him discuss whether he thought the Trump campaign had assembled an effective legal team to push claims of widespread electoral fraud they insist cost Trump victory. 

Senator Lindsey Graham

Sean Hannity

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, left, and Fox News host Sean Hannity, right, were both on the November 2020 call with Oracle founder Larry Ellison 

Asked for details of the call, Bopp told the Post: ‘The question that I think was being discussed was whether or not congressional hearings on how the 2020 election was being conducted would be beneficial to whatever people were doing.’

Bopp said he’d told the other people on the line that he thought such hearings were a good idea.  

Catherine Engelbrecht, founder of True the Vote, a conservative vote-monitoring organization based in Houston, Texas, whose goal is to halt voter fraud had described the call in an email that was revealed in a court filing on Friday.

James Bopp Jr

Jay Sekulow

Two lawyers – James Bopp Jr and Jay Sekulow – were also on the call to discuss whether it would be worth pushing for congressional hearings to discuss the validity of Biden’s win 

‘Jim was on a call this evening with Jay Sekulow, Lindsey O. Graham, Sean Hannity, and Larry Ellison,’ Engelbrecht, wrote to a donor the same day of the November 14, 2020 call, referring to True the Vote attorney, James Bopp, Jr.

Engelbrecht continued: ‘He explained the work we were doing and they asked for a preliminary report asap, to be used to rally their troops internally, so that’s what I’m working on now.’

Four lawsuits against the Biden win had been filed by the time the call was made.       

A True the Vote donor called Fred Eshelman is believed to have been irritated by Ellison’s participation, and sent an email to True the Vote founder Englebrecht demanding to know why Ellison was on the call.

He wrote: ‘Why was he on call with Senator Graham? Is he part of data/analysis solution, is he a potential large donor, other? ‘

Eshelman was annoyed when his email was ignored, and demanded a return of his $2.5 million donation to True the Vote. 

Trump has long claimed he was denied a second term in office due to voter fraud, but has never shared any definitive proof to back up his allegation

Trump has long claimed he was denied a second term in office due to voter fraud, but has never shared any definitive proof to back up his allegation 

He sued for its return in a Texas state court, and is launching an appeal after his initial lawsuit failed. 

True the Vote continues to push its claims, and recently debuted a film claiming widespread ‘ballot harvesting’ swung the 2020 election in Biden’s favor.

That film was recently screened at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago country club. 

Ellison recently pledged $1 billion toward’s Elon Musk’s planned $44 billion takeover of Twitter, making him the largest donor to the proposed takeover. 

He stepped down as Oracle CEO in 2014 but remains both its chairman and chief technology officer, after founding the firm in the 1970s.

Ellison also sits on the board of Tesla, and even owns most of the Hawaiian island of Lanai.